Hesitation over Modernisation Fund

Plummer, John; Wiggins, Kaye
September 2009
Third Sector;9/22/2009, Issue 585, p4
Trade Publication
The article reports on British Government's fund that offers charities vouchers for two days of business advice worth 1,000 British pound. The fund is being managed by Capacitybuilders on behalf of the Office of the Third Sector. As of September 22, 2009, a total of 1,068 organisations had already applied for vouchers to pay for advice, but only 820 charities received them. Charities can apply for vouchers until November 9, 2009.


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